“It is objectively terrifying to think about what anti-abortion extremists want to do with this personal information," said one abortion fund leader.
Scott Hall pleaded guilty to five charges and was sentenced to five years of probation.
Emergency child care funding expires this weekend, dealing a blow to providers — and families too — unless Congress acts soon.
The U.S. Capitol’s catering staff won’t get back pay even after a government shutdown ends.
Its failure sends the House GOP back to the drawing board as the Senate continues to try to pass a bill to fund the government.
At his retirement ceremony, the outgoing chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff issued a reminder that seemed aimed at election-denying ex-President Donald Trump.
"That was Dianne," recalled Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.). "Powerful. Prepared. Unflappable. She had to be: whenever she did something, she was often the 'first' to do it."
It's not clear yet which Democrat Newsom might pick, but he's pledged to elevate a Black woman to temporarily fill Feinstein's seat.
"Sen. Moore has knowingly misled people across Georgia and our nation," a GOP caucus said of the Republican after it suspended him.
Feinstein made history as San Francisco's first female mayor and as one of California’s first two female U.S. senators.